Win a Trip to Gannah (times three)! DAY 2

three windowsThree windows of opportunity!

Well, the first one’s closed, but there are still two left. That’s right, two more days in which to enter to win a free book.

You heard me right: today and tomorrow, you have the opportunity to win a free trip to Gannah. On Wednesday I’ll draw the names of three lucky winners, each of whom will be able to receive their choice of the three titles in the Gateway to Gannah series.

If the winner lives in the US, he or she can choose either a print or e-book; otherwise, only e-books are available. (Sorry, but those shipping costs are a killer.)

Three books will be given away, and you have three ways to enter:file000185159942

1) Comment. Leave a comment on this blog, and be sure to include your email address. You’ll receive one entry each day you do this.

2) If you’re on Twitter, tweet about it. The easiest way to do that is by clicking on the “t” symbol under “Share This” at the end of the post. When the automatic Tweet comes up, delete “I like” and instead write: “Win a #FREE #book on @yanderson101’s blog.” (Make sure you leave the link to YsWords.) This gives you another chance to win — one entry per day that you do this (not one entry per tweet!).

3) Tell your Facebook buddies, making sure to mention me so I’ll be able to reward you. (You can use the Facebook button on the “Share This” bar at the bottom of this post.) You’ll earn one entry per day that you do this.

In case you haven’t had the opportunity to visited Gannah yet, let me give you some little snippets to whet your appetite. I’ll keep the theme of three and provide a paragraph from the third page of each book:

Stars coverThe sun still shined undimmed by clouds, but the shadow in her heart drew darker the closer she drew to the palace. Fear knotted in her chest, though she smelled no dangerous animals near nor sensed treacherous changes in the weather.

 

 

Words coverShe flopped backward onto her bunk. Deep weariness, the inevitable result of separation from her planet, made her bones ache. This was so pointless. Why had Pik insisted she come?

 

 

 

Ransom in the RockLileela pouted, a feat that never failed to impress the blank-faced Karkar. Especially when she managed to produce a few tears in the corner of her eyes, like she did now. “Why should that worry them? They’re rich, they own all of Gannah, but people there don’t use money. It wouldn’t burden them to keep me on Karkar the rest of my life.”

 

Interested? Make sure to leave a comment so you’ll at least have one chance to win. Then come back tomorrow and do the same thing. Telling your friends about the giveaway will increase your odds.

 

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10 thoughts on “Win a Trip to Gannah (times three)! DAY 2

  1. I haven’t read this series yet, but it’s on my list (so many books, so little time…). Reading about other worlds is always fascinating and I can’t wait to enter the world you have created!

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